Clusters and packets of grains in comet Halley and the fragmentation of dust View Full Text


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DATE

1989-09

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H. Boehnhardt

ABSTRACT

Clusters and packets of dust grains, detected by the VEGA spacecrafts in the coma of comet Halley, are interpreted either as due to microjets arising directly from the nucleus or as due to fragmentation processes of larger conglomerates. After a summary of the characteristics of the particle swarms observed and of the conclusion from their interpretation as microjets, some aspects from the fragmentation scenario of this phenomenon are outlined. From the spatial widths and the total number of grains in a particle swarm the mass of the parent conglomerate can be estimated. For the clusters and packets parent bodies of about 1 to several 100 g can be expected. Their travel time in the coma after release from the nucleus range from 10 to about 100 days before the spacecraft encounters. Finally, possible fragmentation processes are discussed and some comments for further investigations, both in theory and for in-situ data, are given. More... »

PAGES

221-226

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